New Products At CES powered by Android Things

The Android Things team has been working closely with our partners to create compelling, secure and thoughtful IoT products. During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, a number of our OEM partners are announcing their first set of products powered by Android Things. These products are built on certified Android Things System-on-Modules (SoMs) from our silicon partners, benefit from regular feature and security updates from Google, and have the Google Assistant and Google Cast seamlessly built in.

New voice-activated speakers powered by Android Things are being announced at CES, including the LG ThinQ WK7 and iHome iGV1. Turnkey hardware solutions based on the Qualcomm SD212 Home Hub Platform, MediaTek MT8516 and Rockchip RK3229 SoM are certified for the Assistant and Cast, and NXP i.MX 8M is coming soon. Three of our Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) partners, TymphanyGoertek, and Tonly, have created full speaker reference designs based on these SoMs to further reduce development cost and time-to-market.

Today, we also announced that the Google Assistant is coming to smart displays powered by Android Things. These new devices have the Assistant and Cast built in, and with the added benefit of a touch screen, they can help you see and do more. Smart displays from JBL, Lenovo, LG (all based on the Qualcomm SD624 Home Hub Platform) and Sony (based on the MediaTek MT8173 SoM) will be available later this year.

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